Hopkins Boys Middle School Soccer

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Hopkins High School Boys Varsity Soccer falls to Allendale High School 1-3

Tuesday, August 25, 2015 4:30 PM Allendale High School AWAY 3 Hopkins High School HOME 1 Game Recap Connor Kukulies had 8 saves in goal for Hopkins. Cole Bergman scored the lone goal. Being our first game with a very inexperienced group I was happy with the performance. The goals we gave up were a

Josh Kukulies Scores a Hat Trick!

Thursday was the last home game for the Hopkins Varsity Men’s Soccer Team. The team definitely made this a memorable game to end the season with. The Vikings were in charge of the first half of the game by being up 5-0 going into halftime. Josh Kukulies scored three goals, Sam Smit scored two, Issac Kukulies

Varsity Men’s Soccer Loses to Hamilton

On Thursday, September 20th the Hopkins Vikings hosted their match against the Hamilton Hawkeyes. Within the first ten minutes Hamilton scored three points. Usually something like this would make the players heads go down, but this time the Vikings kept their heads up and kept fighting throughout the entire game. Hamilton brought a strong offense, having

Varsity Boys Soccer is Defeated by Delton Kellogg

This past Saturday, our Varsity Boys Soccer Team had a district game against Delton Kellogg. Our boys played hard, keeping the score tied at 0-0 for the entire game, and even the overtime half. Since the score was still 0-0 after overtime, the teams went into a shootout. Joshua Kukulies was first up to kick and he missed the first shot. Delton

Varsity Boys Soccer Loses in Overtime

The boys’ game against Calvin Christian kicked off to a great start last Thursday. After playing agressively, the Vikings tied the game up at 1-1. Unfortunately, they lost in overtime. The boys didn’t take the defeat hard though, they kept their heads up and were proud of how they played against one of hardest teams in the conference. After

Varsity Boys Soccer Takes Down Kent City

The Varsity Boys Soccer team kicked off a great game last Tuesday with a win of 7-0 against Kent City. Starting the game off with three goals in the first ten minutes, they played it out and later scored four more goals for the win. During the entire game, the crowd’s cheering  never stopped, showing that they supported their boys in